As a Westminster battle rages over whether to allow new onshore wind farms, existing turbines could start disappearing from next year due to a planning quirk, i can reveal.
The UK is in danger of losing power from onshore wind farms that currently provide energy for around 1.2 million homes within a decade, according to a leading energy campaign group.
A planning rule means renewed permission must be sought from local authorities for every onshore wind farm, after an initial 25-year life span, with at least two coming up for renewal next year.
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